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Fisher’s open prize goes to ‘ghost’ artist

Fisher’s open prize goes to ‘ghost’ artist

Brian Fuata’s 2018 Fisher’s Ghost Art Award winning work Care Disfigurements (Soft Hands) features a “blank sheet’’ upon which the body becomes a text. This has been a recurring motif across his varying practices, transforming in different contexts from emails, to paper, Word.Doc, google.doc, to film, to a white bed sheet for the Sydney artist’s ghost improvisations. He certainly impressed this year’s judges of Fisher’s Ghost art award. “Brian’s work is considered and compelling and a fantastic extension of his performative Ghost series,’’ said one of the judges,’’ Mikala Tai. “From a very competitive field his work was a standout… Read more »

Up for the challenge? Greg Norman designed holes open at Lakeside

Up for the challenge? Greg Norman designed holes open at Lakeside

Will you be up for the challenge of Lakeside Golf Club’s four new holes designed by world golfing champion Greg Norman? An exciting addition to the course considered by golfers as the best in the region, the four new holes consist of three Par 4s and one Par 5 hole. Designed by Greg Norman Golf Design, they are the culmination of a long period of change and construction at the course. “We are proud of the beautiful and challenging course we have here at Lakeside and these new holes are a key part of Lakeside’s future growth,’’ says Wests Group… Read more »

Wayne Pearce MC at kids foundation’s Melbourne Cup luncheon

Wayne Pearce MC at kids foundation’s Melbourne Cup luncheon

Every year scores of Melbourne Cup functions are held across South West Sydney and choosing which one to attend is getting harder all the time. This year it may be an easy decision if you support the work done by Kids of Macarthur Foundation and would like to see them continue doing their good deeds. On Tuesday, November 6 – the day of the race that stops a nation – the first ever Kids of Macarthur Health Foundation – Melbourne Cup Sports Luncheon will be held. It will be held in the Macarthur Room at Campbelltown RSL Club from 12… Read more »

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Brian Fuata’s 2018 Fisher’s Ghost open award winning work Care Disfigurements (Soft Hands).

Fisher’s open prize goes to ‘ghost’ artist

Brian Fuata’s 2018 Fisher’s Ghost Art Award winning work Care Disfigurements (Soft Hands) features a “blank sheet’’ upon which the body becomes a text. This has been a recurring motif across his varying practices, transforming in different contexts from emails, to paper, Word.Doc, google.doc, to film, to a white bedRead more »

Vault Hill, located almost in the heart of Picton.

Escape the madding crowd – head to Vault Hill, Picton

Picton is barely half an hour’s drive away from Campbelltown, but it offers a lifestyle that could be 1,000 kilometres away. While the major urban centres of the Macarthur region, Campbelltown and Camden, are groaning from the pressures of massive population growth, Picton remains a laidback country town. There’s noneRead more »

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‘Tour de Campbelltown’ all about safe cycling fun

Forget the Tour de France – Campbelltown’s annual ready to Ride Day is the place to be on Sunday, September 16. The free community event is held every year during NSW Bike Week to promote bicycle safety and the health benefits of cycling. This year’s event will be held atRead more »

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Spring is in the air and that means Camden Festival fun time

The 2018 Camden Festival’s main attractions will be family fun events, celebrity chefs and delicious foods. The festival will begin at 5pm on Saturday, September 8 with Cinema Under the Stars at the Australian Botanic Garden, Mount Annan. This free family fun event will start with pre-show activities for theRead more »

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Memorable weddings at Camden Lakeside are par for the course

An award winning function centre and beautiful ceremony gardens will once again be the stars of the show at this year’s Camden Lakeside wedding open day. Lakeside recently won the Brides Choice Award for best wedding venue and continues to be a popular venue choice for couples tying the knotRead more »

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Popular plants fail to make cut for urban green spaces

Around 100 plant species have been identified as the champions of climate change under a $10 million, five-year joint research project. Funded under the Hort Innovation Green Cities Fund, and in partnership with Macquarie University, Western Sydney University (WSU) and the NSW office of heritage and the environment, the Which Plant WhereRead more »

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